That all roads lead to Chinhoyi, the venue for Zanu-PF's 14th People's Conference, is made obvious in the capital, Harare.
The minister of information has initiated a purge at the Zimbabwe broadcaster but staff say he must also stop it from acting as a Zanu-PF mouthpiece.
Independent surveys have revealed partisan distribution of food relief in Zimbabwe, where more than 2.2-million people are urgently in need of food.
There is hope for 89 inmates on death row after nongovernmental organisations increased pressure on the government to abolish the death penalty.
There are concerns that new regulations in Zimbabwe that allow for access to information without a warrant threatens democracy.
The claim that officers are accepting bribes from suspected poachers is raising questions over the ability of police to combat poaching syndicates.
Farai Shoko recently sat down with the National Constitutional Assembly's Lovemore Madhuku about its political aspirations in Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe's Agriculture Minister Joseph Made says that imported maize is being handed out to vulnerable people in a bid to stave of famine.
Aid is needed to feed more than two million people as the government runs out of maize reserves.
The only answer is a new building to accommodate the incoming bloated legislature but that is mission impossible, an official says.